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competition on October 22nd, reported as to the "scene" which occurred in the 'I course of the match. The Pwllheli offi- cials did their best to keep order through- out. Mr Young, the Pwllheli representa- tive on the Council, concurred with the report, but said that the, crowd were under the impression that the referee was "down" on Eillis for the reason that he had been punished before. After the, in- cident the crowd were quite civil. The Committee went round the field and told the people they were responsible for good order, and the game was completed in good order and the teams went away quite unmolested; so did the referee. The re- ports in the papers were grossly exagger- ated. The foul by Ellis was quite tech- nical, thouh he did not justify it. Ellis wa.s suspended for six weeks. Mr J. W. Post, lion, treasurer, then took up the question of the ground, say- ing it was unfortunate that Pwllheli should be the one ground wherei there was complaint- of violence. The Council were doing their best to uplift the game, and it was Pwllheli which seemed to retard their progress. He was very sorry to see the report in the paper. Mr Young denied the accuracy of the report. The, reporter had left the ground at the time. On only one other occasion had the ground been brought before the notice of the Council. It was decided to warn the club, and tha,t the warning notice be posted up on the ground for the information of the specta- tors at future match during the season.